Montgomery County Judge Issues Favorable Ruling in Our Comfort Keepers Overtime Lawsuit

We represent home health aids who are employed in several Philadelphia-area Comfort Keepers franchises and seek to recover overtime pay for hours worked over 40 per week. The lawsuit is proceeding as a class action arbitration at the American Arbitration Association. You can learn more about this lawsuit by visiting our Cases and Investigations page. As indicated there, Judge Joseph A. Smyth of the Montgomery County Court of Common Please rejecting the company’s attempts to prevent the arbitration from going forward as a class action. Click here for a copy of Judge Smyth’s opinion.

Also, the Philadelphia Legal Intelligencer recently wrote an article about Judge Smyth’s opinion. Click here for a copy of the article.

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